…but I get that Michael J Fox gets IT.
Doc Hollywood was a great movie from the 80s. It reminds me that although things may not turn out as you intend, you sometimes end up in a better place. I was a bit of a Michael J Fox fan, hanging on the crazy stuff that he would say as Alex P Keaton in Family Ties. I’d never be that brash, but sometimes it’s good too to call things as they are.
IT was cool, forward looking, diverse, innovative and held the promise of a brighter future. I am not sure that we as an industry have made good on this promise – at least not yet. We too are distracted by what’s flashy and sometimes forget that the place we are at right now is perfect.
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